There are more than 1,000 ways to eat our probiotic-rich ferments. Read about some below and share your creative uses with us on Instagram using #hawthornevalley.
This kraut works as well on schnitzel and brats as it does as probiotic topper to avocado toast.
It carries an anti-inflammatory turmeric boost but also makes tacos amazing and adds a zesty kick to green bean salad.
If you like huevos rancheros put this on scrambled eggs or an omelette. Also rocks on a grilled cheese.
Mix into a kale, craisin, quinoa, and walnut salad. Eat a forkful with a fried egg. Melt into a turkey reuben.
Grab a fork and nosh — this is tasty and high in Vitamin A. After snack, add a crunch to a Buddha bowl.
Ginger Daikon Kimchi
Use this as an excuse to learn how to make kimbap. Chop it up small and add it into a rice bowl. Or go rogue and mix some into your next frittata (seriously!)
Salvadorian Style Curtido
You’ll always find this with pupusas and Salvadorian enchiladas. We wouldn’t blame you if you added it to your next quesadilla, too.
Beet Cinnamon Coriander Kvass
There’s no wrong way to drink this. Dilute it, chug it, drink it cold, drink it warm, mix it into a Bloody Mary.
Gold Rush (Carrot Apple Ginger) Kvass
This doesn’t taste like apple juice. It’s a little tangy, a little spicy, a little salty, a little sweet. It’s not quite Umami…but it’s not quite NOT umami, either.
Original Blend Kraut Juice
It only tastes weird until you get used to the taste. Take a shot every morning to wake up your insides.
Turmeric Kraut Juice
Turmeric is good. Probiotics are good. This kraut juice mixed with seltzer served over ice with a lime wedge will become something you crave yet can’t really explain why.
Daily Fix (Spicy Blend) Kraut Juice
We could use this space to write a serving suggestion — but you are a person considering something called Spicy Blend Kraut Juice. You are in control. You don’t need our suggestions.
Raw Heat Chili Sauce
You will be surprised by how much nuanced flavor can be pulled together in something so spicy. It’s kind of like how there are dozens of colors in a fire’s flame.